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Peppermint Crisp Pudding
Prep Time
15 mins

Im including original SA ingredients as well as the Israeli substitutes you can use.

Course: Dessert
Cuisine: South African
  • 1 litre high fat whipping cream (or more depending on how big you want your dessert)
  • 1 pack biscuits, Tennis biscuits in SA or Petit Burre in Israel
  • 1 tin/tub caramel or dulche de leche (I've also used Lotus spread when I couldn't find caramel)
  • 1 slab Peppermint Crisp
  1. Whip the cream until stiff peaks form.

  2. If your caramel/dulche de leche is thick or not spreadable, pop it into the microwave for 15 seconds or until its still thick but easily spreadable with a knife.

  3. Take your Peppermint Crisp slab and bash it around on the table or with a rolling pin so that it breaks up into small crumbly pieces.

  4. Take the biscuits and, one by one, spread the caramel on each biscuit and place in the bottom of a medium oblong/square glass dish or foil roaster.

  5. Cover the bottom of the dish in caramel biscuits and then spread half your whipped cream on top.

  6. Sprinkle half the Peppermint Crisp over the cream, use the bigger pieces for this layer and keep the smaller pieces and fine dust for last.

  7. Repeat the biscuit and caramel layer and then spread the last of the cream on top.

  8. Take the last of the Peppermint Crisp and sprinkle it over the cream, make sure you take all the Peppermint dust and sprinkle it over the cream too.

  9. Refrigerate, covered, until ready to eat. The sooner you eat it, the crispier the biscuits will be.